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Re: International 1pr and allis chalmers rotobaler

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tom upton

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With the right tractor on the roto baler you could bale around twice as much maybe more than a 14T john Deere square baler.( per my Father) My Dad baled a pile of those little rounds. A good friend of his Nory Munro had the 14T and he would get Dad to round bale when he was in a pinch and needed to get done in a hurry! Dad baled around 15000 of these a year for himself and did custom baling with it as well. Wore one out and bought another new one that was supposed to start another bale while tying and ejecting so you didn't have to stop. Dealer was at our place for about a week and never did get it to work right, so we used it like the old one. Dad refused to switch to square bales until around 1975 when he downsized. Don't get me wrong-My Dad grew up in the era of loose hay and buck rakes so I can imagine when he got the first round baler it was a pretty big deal. I personally hated them little round bales with a passion!

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